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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2020 10:42 pm 
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Confed Cup loss: Horoya used ‘werepe’ on Enyimba, alleges Osho
Published March 16, 2020
https://punchng.com/confed-cup-loss-horoya-used-werepe-on-enyimba-alleges-osho/
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Enyimba coach, Fatai Osho, has alleged that Guinean side Horoya, used chemical substance on his players in their 2-0 loss in the CAF Confederations Cup on March 8 in Conakry.

Osho stated this in a video he shared on his Facebook page.

The loss ensured Enyimba, who had played a 1-1 draw with Horoya a week earlier in Aba, were dumped out in the quarter-final stage of the Confederations Cup.

“A complete disgrace. A team incapacitating her opponents through chemical agents during a match. This is absolutely unbelievable. I still can’t believe the shameful desperation of this Horoya team. Waiting for CAF position on it though,” Osho wrote on Facebook.

“If quick measures are not taken, they might ignorantly kill one of their opponents in their bid to be successful.

We scooped that Enyimba FC is the third team to suffer this agonising fate in Horoya AC hands.

“It was actually the Horoya AC players that perpetrated this act alongside the ball boys who hold these things for them. They capitalise on the opportunity of throw-in and corner-kicks to get it into the field to drop on opposing players.

“It is called ‘werepe’ in Yoruba language. No player will have this on his body and be able to perform and concentrate again. I still find it difficult to believe till this moment. They are a bunch of fraud and cheap people,” Osho added.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 16, 2020 11:16 pm 
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If this is true, the league should ban whoever is responsible.
If this is fake news, those who initiated this story should be found and prosecuted.
To let this type of crass ideas fester will be the downfall of the league.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2020 12:32 am 
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...video evidence? If someone sprinkle/splash liquid at you on the field as a player, you suppose to make some noise to the match officials at least they will document it.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2020 4:58 am 
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Naija Jornos !

At a minimum a Jorno should understand a subject b4 writing about it!
Grew up with quite a few Ngbati brothers and I remember that Werepe is actually a plant that makes you itch wherever touches your body.

No be chemical or liquid.

If ants don bite you b4 , you go understand werepe


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2020 10:13 am 
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Cmoke wrote:
Naija Jornos !

At a minimum a Jorno should understand a subject b4 writing about it!
Grew up with quite a few Ngbati brothers and I remember that Werepe is actually a plant that makes you itch wherever touches your body.

No be chemical or liquid.

If ants don bite you b4 , you go understand werepe

I think it is the same plant or similar to poison ivy.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2020 4:13 pm 
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Yeap he said it.. Sad i was not there..

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That werepé business is bad arse itchy plant. You make the mistake of touching the pods, especially the brownish fully ripe ones, well you will have an early experience of what living in hell looks like. You see those evil pods and you avoid them from a distance, damn miss my childhood when we roam the forest in developing Agbowo, Bodija axis of Ibadan.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2020 10:06 pm 
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Cmoke wrote:
Naija Jornos !

At a minimum a Jorno should understand a subject b4 writing about it!
Grew up with quite a few Ngbati brothers and I remember that Werepe is actually a plant that makes you itch wherever touches your body.

No be chemical or liquid.

If ants don bite you b4 , you go understand werepe



Chemical compound in the werepe :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

I go die o....

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2020 10:23 pm 
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Yes o , my brother.
If werepe don touch you b4, you go know say touching werepe is also a bad idea.

Any ball boy touching Werepe must be prepared!

Plus there is no way Werepe go touch you wey u no go shout and dance craze dance. So we need to watch the video of the match to see if we can believe the coach.

Cmoke :D :D :D :D :D



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That werepé business is bad arse itchy plant. You make the mistake of touching the pods, especially the brownish fully ripe ones, well you will have an early experience of what living in hell looks like. You see those evil pods and you avoid them from a distance, damn miss my childhood when we roam the forest in developing Agbowo, Bodija axis of Ibadan.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 18, 2020 6:53 pm 
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oloye wrote:
That werepé business is bad arse itchy plant. You make the mistake of touching the pods, especially the brownish fully ripe ones, well you will have an early experience of what living in hell looks like. You see those evil pods and you avoid them from a distance, damn miss my childhood when we roam the forest in developing Agbowo, Bodija axis of Ibadan.

chief ,
OK I am confused. Thought you grew up in Ilorin now you are saying Bodija/Agbowo. Then again you did say you went to Methodist on the other thread.

Please explain the timelines


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BAP wrote:
oloye wrote:
That werepé business is bad arse itchy plant. You make the mistake of touching the pods, especially the brownish fully ripe ones, well you will have an early experience of what living in hell looks like. You see those evil pods and you avoid them from a distance, damn miss my childhood when we roam the forest in developing Agbowo, Bodija axis of Ibadan.

chief ,
OK I am confused. Thought you grew up in Ilorin now you are saying Bodija/Agbowo. Then again you did say you went to Methodist on the other thread.

Please explain the timelines

Came to Ibadan 1968 from Lokoja where I was born, did my primary school and forms 1 and 2 in Ibadan. When my granny retired she moved back to Ilorin where I continued my high school and my Uni. There is nothing missing, just the final details:lol: :lol:

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oloye wrote:
BAP wrote:
oloye wrote:
That werepé business is bad arse itchy plant. You make the mistake of touching the pods, especially the brownish fully ripe ones, well you will have an early experience of what living in hell looks like. You see those evil pods and you avoid them from a distance, damn miss my childhood when we roam the forest in developing Agbowo, Bodija axis of Ibadan.

chief ,
OK I am confused. Thought you grew up in Ilorin now you are saying Bodija/Agbowo. Then again you did say you went to Methodist on the other thread.

Please explain the timelines

Came to Ibadan 1968 from Lokoja where I was born, did my primary school and forms 1 and 2 in Ibadan. When my granny retired she moved back to Ilorin where I continued my high school and my Uni. There is nothing missing, just the final details:lol: :lol:



You know those detective shows where them go put your picture for board, and show all your known accomplices and the places you don visit? E be like say BAP don build one about your life for him basement....Your agbowo comment almost scatter years of meticulous data aggregation

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 19, 2020 5:09 pm 
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oloye wrote:
BAP wrote:
oloye wrote:
That werepé business is bad arse itchy plant. You make the mistake of touching the pods, especially the brownish fully ripe ones, well you will have an early experience of what living in hell looks like. You see those evil pods and you avoid them from a distance, damn miss my childhood when we roam the forest in developing Agbowo, Bodija axis of Ibadan.

chief ,
OK I am confused. Thought you grew up in Ilorin now you are saying Bodija/Agbowo. Then again you did say you went to Methodist on the other thread.

Please explain the timelines

Came to Ibadan 1968 from Lokoja where I was born, did my primary school and forms 1 and 2 in Ibadan. When my granny retired she moved back to Ilorin where I continued my high school and my Uni. There is nothing missing, just the final details:lol: :lol:

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Cmoke wrote:
Naija Jornos !

At a minimum a Jorno should understand a subject b4 writing about it!
Grew up with quite a few Ngbati brothers and I remember that Werepe is actually a plant that makes you itch wherever touches your body.

No be chemical or liquid.

If ants don bite you b4 , you go understand werepe

It's Poison Ivy bro...that crap is no joke...my problem with this story is why it was not reported when it happened on march 8th...

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BAP wrote:
oloye wrote:
BAP wrote:
oloye wrote:
That werepé business is bad arse itchy plant. You make the mistake of touching the pods, especially the brownish fully ripe ones, well you will have an early experience of what living in hell looks like. You see those evil pods and you avoid them from a distance, damn miss my childhood when we roam the forest in developing Agbowo, Bodija axis of Ibadan.

chief ,
OK I am confused. Thought you grew up in Ilorin now you are saying Bodija/Agbowo. Then again you did say you went to Methodist on the other thread.

Please explain the timelines

Came to Ibadan 1968 from Lokoja where I was born, did my primary school and forms 1 and 2 in Ibadan. When my granny retired she moved back to Ilorin where I continued my high school and my Uni. There is nothing missing, just the final details:lol: :lol:

:thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:

….see what Trump's turned U to....paranoid...

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I feel like Poison Ivy stings more than the inch, I have it all over my yard here for yankee. For correct inch, peel yam and rub it over your body :D Or take cloroquine.


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African Sports used the same on Soootin in Abidjan back in the days of African Clubs Champions cup.

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deanotito wrote:
oloye wrote:
BAP wrote:
oloye wrote:
That werepé business is bad arse itchy plant. You make the mistake of touching the pods, especially the brownish fully ripe ones, well you will have an early experience of what living in hell looks like. You see those evil pods and you avoid them from a distance, damn miss my childhood when we roam the forest in developing Agbowo, Bodija axis of Ibadan.

chief ,
OK I am confused. Thought you grew up in Ilorin now you are saying Bodija/Agbowo. Then again you did say you went to Methodist on the other thread.

Please explain the timelines

Came to Ibadan 1968 from Lokoja where I was born, did my primary school and forms 1 and 2 in Ibadan. When my granny retired she moved back to Ilorin where I continued my high school and my Uni. There is nothing missing, just the final details:lol: :lol:



You know those detective shows where them go put your picture for board, and show all your known accomplices and the places you don visit? E be like say BAP don build one about your life for him basement....Your agbowo comment almost scatter years of meticulous data aggregation

:lol: :lol: :lol: It only showed he has not been as detailed as he thought. I have mentioned Samonda Village, Immanuel College, UI Campus severally on this forum, that was my hood growing up in Ibadan.

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oloye wrote:
That werepé business is bad arse itchy plant. You make the mistake of touching the pods, especially the brownish fully ripe ones, well you will have an early experience of what living in hell looks like. You see those evil pods and you avoid them from a distance, damn miss my childhood when we roam the forest in developing Agbowo, Bodija axis of Ibadan.


We dey drink boiled werepe leave back in the day. Good for the body :D :) :) :)

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Sir V wrote:
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That werepé business is bad arse itchy plant. You make the mistake of touching the pods, especially the brownish fully ripe ones, well you will have an early experience of what living in hell looks like. You see those evil pods and you avoid them from a distance, damn miss my childhood when we roam the forest in developing Agbowo, Bodija axis of Ibadan.


We dey drink boiled werepe leave back in the day. Good for the body :D :) :) :)

Hardcore you be :lol: What is the drink for?

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That werepe no good o! I recall a friend giving it to me to hold. At first, I was thinking... no big deal. A few minutes later I was almost crying and everywhere I touched, the itch spread. I had to have a bath in my friends house and use palm oil with sand on my body afterwards. The itch was different from chloroquine itch sha


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